Brexit, Covid-19 and the Transition Period

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Online, Thursday 11th June

DCU Brexit Institute: Webinar – Brexit, Covid-19 and the Transition Period.

The DCU Brexit Institute will host a webinar on Brexit, Covid-19 and the Transition Period. The event will be opened by remarks of Stefaan De Rynck (European Commission Negotiating Task Force on EU-UK Relations) and continued with a round-table discussion featuring Colin Hunt (CEO of AIB) and Michael McAteer (Managing Partner of Grant Thornton), moderated by Shona Murray (Euronews).


Date:
Thursday 11th June
Time:
3.00pm - 4.30pm
Price:
Free - Registration required

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